I will buy you a dog if you like my posts
- Sep 4, 2018
You can google “fixthe26” and you will find a website that is trying to take legal action against SS and want to shut down this website. I think it’s unfair because there’s no another forum where you can freely discuss suicide methods without consequences. If FBI forces this website to shut down, they are violating the First Amendment. I know pro-lifers are going to read this thread. If you are pro-lifers that read this thread, SS is meant to freely express suicidal thoughts, feelings, suicide plans, and stuff without censorship. You keep saying that this website is a pro-suicide forum. This isn’t true. There’s a big difference between encouragement and education. For example, one of the most famous suicide cases is that a 17 year old girl repeatedly told and pressured her 18 year old boyfriend to kill himself, even though he wasn’t 100% sure if he wanted to die. This is the definition of encouragement. SS members don’t encourage others to kill themselves, they just provide educational instructions on how to kill themselves correctly. It’s totally up to members to decide when to ctb and which ctb method they want. No one forces them to ctb or stay alive. It’s their choice their life. One thing I want to say about website is that they don’t allow minors to make SS accounts. I know that doesn’t stop them from viewing this website. But the point is that nearly everyone, especially adults, should have the right to die. They didn’t ask to be born. You have no right to force suicidal people to stay alive. You’re gonna say, “Oh suicide is selfish.” I disagree with this statement because suicidal people already are in a lot of pain and they are already very brave enough to stay alive. Some people keep having suicidal thoughts for 30-40 years and are still alive. They are very brave to do that. If they decide to ctb, you should let them to die. Wouldn’t you want to see your loved ones suffering? Depression is not a temporary illness. It’s much complicated than you think. Many people, like me, are treatment-resistant depression. It means that meds for depression don’t work, therapy doesn’t work, etc. you should compare treatment-resistant depression to some terminal illness like Alzheimer’s.